configuring_windows

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Installing and configuring Windows on a custom machine can take a few extra steps than installing it on a pre-built machine. For this guide, we're going to use Windows 7 as an example, but you can of course install Windows XP, Linux, or even Mac OS X, if you're building a Hackintosh.Step One: Edit your BIOSWhen you first start up your computer, it'll tell you to press a key to enter setup, usually DEL. This takes you to the setup of your Basic Input/Output System, or BIOS. Here, you can configure some of the lowest-level aspects of your new machine. You may not actually need to edit any

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